Michigan Bar Associations

There are approximately 40,000 lawyers that are currently licensed to practice in the state of Michigan. Many of these lawyers have chosen to practice in the state after graduating from one of Michigan�s many ABA-approved law schools, such as the University of Michigan Law School, Michigan State University College of Law, the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, and Thomas M. Cooley School of Law. Others lawyers come to Michigan to become licensed and work in any number of legal fields, including business law, employment law, criminal law, personal injury law, and family law.

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With a total square mileage of 96,716.11, Michigan is the eleventh-largest state in the nation. The state is divided between two pieces of land, the Lower Peninsula and the Upper Peninsula. Michigan possesses significant natural beauty, especially in the Upper Peninsula area, while most of the population is concentrated in the southeastern portion of the Lower Peninsula, which also corresponds with the locations of the majority of Michigan's bar associations.

The different pockets of people located throughout the state with different backgrounds and interests are what necessitate the presence of so many unique bar associations in Michigan. With a variety of bar associations existing in Michigan to serve regional interests and special purposes, there is a bar association that fits the professional wants and needs of each lawyer licensed in Michigan.